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January 14, 2013

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.19.7

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.19.7.

+ Teradata syntax provider is added.
+ Oracle: Support for KEEP expression is added.
- MS Access: Builtin functions are moved from ATG to the syntax provider.
+ An algorithm of choosing datasources for links with complex expressions is
+ Double clicking on a datasource column moves focus to the first criteria cell
  of the newly added criteria item.
+ Select item alias is used as subquery tab caption now.
- Query Builder background and link colors are changed to system constants.
- Query limit transformation method signature is changed.
- The TacUnionSubQuery.SetSql method does not ignore the ORDER BY clause now.
- MS SQL Server: "PATH" is treated as a valid identifier now.
- Sybase: FIRST clause is fixed.
- Sybase: Query limit transformation is fixed.
- Oracle: Usage of ANY, ALL and SOME in comparison expressions is fixed.
+ Interbase: ROWS clause is supported now.
+ MS SQL Server 2012: Parse and Try_Parse functions are supported.
+ MS SQL Server 2012: ROW and RANGE clause in OVER expression are supported.
- Delphi XE3 compilation warnings are fixed.
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